Breathing Re-Education

“The greatest indicator of life span wasn’t genetics, diet, or the amount of daily exercise, as many had suspected. It was lung capacity.”
― James Nestor, Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art

 

Are you a parent looking to ensure healthy growth and development for your child?

Are you an athlete looking to enhance your performance?

Or, are you someone interested in improving your overall health?

Read on to see how breathing retraining can help you or someone you love!

 

Is Breathing Retraining For You?

Breathing Re-Education for Children and Adults

Breathing through your mouth, especially at night when you sleep can lead to many health issues including but not limited to:

Increased Allergies

Upper Respiratory Illness

Asthma

Poor Sleep

Behavioral Issues

Anxiety

High Blood Pressure

Diabetes

Skin Issues


During mouth breathing, the tonsils and adenoids are bombarded with unfiltered air. This may cause those tissues to become inflamed. Having your tonsils and adenoids out does not mean that you will convert to nasal breathing. In a lot of cases, the symptoms may return. Breathing retraining can allow for better growth in children and improve the quality of life in both children and adults. If you’d like more information, and to see if breathing retraining is for you, please contact me for a consultation.

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Breathing Retraining for Athletes

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